|Comments|| Here’s a very cool 1972 Left-Handed Gibson Les Paul Deluxe.
This one’s well used, and the finish has reacted over the years and shifted to a green tint.
The 1968-introduced Deluxe design again allowed Gibson to re-use parts – the routing is the same as for P-90 models, and the mini-humbuckers came from Epiphone models. The trim ring is a modified P-90 cover! Production ended in 1985.
|Serial Number||751840, built during 1972 in Kalamazoo, Michigan.|
|Pricing||$2,400 CAD with original case. SOLD|
|Neck||Three piece mahogany neck with volute, bound rosewood fingerboard with trapezoidal markings. Gibson logo has the dotted ‘i’ indicating 1972.|
|Body||Les Paul body, left-hand, 4-layer pancake body with maple cap.|
|Finish||Gibson Gold-Top Les Paul finish in nitrocellulose lacquer – gold top, natural back and sides. The top has oxidized heavily in some areas, turing green and wearing away from the edge.|
|Hardware/electronics||Original hardware except for tuning gears. gold bonet knobs, ABR bridge, stop tailpiece, mini-humbuckers with creme surrounds; pickup selector and individual volume and tone controls. Original Kluson Deluxe tuners have been replaced with Gotoh sealed units.|
|Playability/Action||Very recently set up, plays quite well.|
|Case||original black shaped Gibson hardshell case included, 7/10|
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